Blue Dart Express Limited, South Asia's premier express air-integrated transportation and distribution express logistics company announced the launch of “Digital Prepaid Card”. The launch is towards helping customers manage their booking with real-time visibility of payments and balance along with a view of the summary and ledger. This digital prepaid card is a hassle-free option for the customer featuring an instant recharge mode along with an OTP for high security, and can be recharged as per fluctuating business needs with no minimum balance requirement.
The Blue Dart portal has a convenient and intuitive user interface that helps with quick on-boarding and offers same-day shipping options as well. It has SMS notifications on transactions to provide increased visibility and security for users. With this launch, Blue Dart expects to Go-Green with digital billing, reducing sales administration, and giving customers the time to focus on their core businesses. The digital prepaid card technology is smart, secure, easy and fast, this development will accelerate the logistics industry to a great extent.
Ketan Kulkarni, Chief Commercial Officer, Blue Dart said, "Blue Dart has been the nation’s Most Preferred Logistics Service Provider and a trailblazer in the industry. With the recent 5G launch in India, a new ecosystem with related technologies will kick-start the process of digitalisation in the logistics industry over the next decade. Our Digital Prepaid Card offering is a step in this direction that will bring a lot of ease, security, and reliability for our customers. Delivering excellence in a digital world is the strategic option that will drive our tech and automation initiatives on the product front.”
Technology has always been a major swivel at Blue Dart, and the pandemic has only helped thrust its innovation further to augment the customer experience. Blue Dart’s innovation has always remained consistent towards creating technology-led future ready solutions that would sustain the supply chain and other business requirements for its customers.
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